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Full text of "Poland Russia and Great Britain 1941-1945"

D'Abernoon, Lord, 235

Davis, Rhys, M.P., 441, 514

Daily Herald, 154, 461

Daily Mail, 249, 337, 449, 456

Daily Telegraph, 20, 31, 170, 193, 377

Daily Worker, 164, 224

Dallin, D. J., 106, 143

Danzig (Gdansk), 445

Declaration of the Supreme Council on

Poland, 235

De Courcy, Kenneth, 208
Democracy, Soviet meaning of, 506
Dollan, Patrick, 142, 284, 376
Dunglass, Lord, M.P., 334, 492
Dziennik Polski (Polish Daily}, 273 ; on
Katyn murder, 123 ;   on the pro-
visional Government, 471
Dziennik Polski in,America, 439

Eastern Galicia, 217, 375, 422, 456,
507, 510

Eastern Poland, 207, 234

Economist, 126, 131

Eden, Captain Anthony; pledge to
Poland, 12 ; on territorial changes
in Poland, 19, 116; on secret
agreements, 232 ; on Curzon Line,
337, 373, 391, 454, 463, 474, 509,
515

Ehrenburg, Ilya, 27, 32, 36

Erlich    See Alter

Eisenhower, General, 416

Empire Declaration, 263

European civilisation, 382

Evening Standard, 297

Fletcher, Giles, 123, 129, 149

Foot, M0 461

Forbes, Alastair, 206, 370, 449

Free elections in Poland, 447, 493, 501,

512

Free German Movement, 423
Free Poland    See Wolna Polska

Gallacher, M.P., 245

Gamman, L. D.3 MJP0 161

George VI., King, 368

German communique on Katyn murder,

118

Glasgow Herald, 289
Glasgow, G., 247
Gogol, 180
Golancz, Victor, 164
Governments friendly to Russia, 133,

152

Grabski, S., 207, 322, 372
Graham, Captain Alan, M.P., 1595 241,

333, 335, 382, 494
Grazovets, 29
Great Britain ;   Note of July 30, 1940,

on  non-recognition  of territorial

changes in Poland^ 18 j    obliga-

tions to Poland, 492; agreement
of Mutual Assistance with Poland,
517; guarantee of Poland's
frontiers, 19, 20, 512; principles
of policy, 202; and Soviets, 11,
167, 170
Greenwood, M.P., 491
Grigg, Sir Edward, 245, 247
Grunwald, battle of, 96
Gusev, Ambassador, 169
Halifax,   Lord; on   British   pledge   to
Poland,   141 ;     Britain's  honour,
431, 479
Hamilton, Cecily, 356
Harriman,  Ambassador  Averell,   339,
496
Henderson,   Ambassador   Arthur,   on
British pledge to Poland, 441
Herbert, A. P., M.P., 373
Hertz, Dr., Rabbi, 255
Hitler; on Poland, 96, 131, 162, 479
Hlond, Cardinal, 12
Hogg, Quinton, M.P., 333
Hull, Cordell, 190, 270
Huysman, Camille, 58, 284
Izvestia, 155, 188 ;  reply to Sikorski,
26
Jankowski,   Jan,   Government's   Dele-
gate in Poland, 462, 466
Japan, 79, 201
Jefferson, Thomas, 460
Joffe, 455
Katyn murder, 119-125, 266
Kautsky, Karl, 465
Koenigsberg, 225, 445
Korneichuk, A., 113
Kosciuszko, Radio station, 41, 151
Kwapinski, J., 386
La Guardia, Mayor, 315
Lange, Oscar, 252
Law, R. K., 463
Layton, Sir Walter, 190
Lenin, W., 153, 194, 416
Liberum Veto, 360
Listy z Londynu (Letters from London)
342, 347
Lloyd George, 331, 366, 425
Lloyd, Major, M.P0 248, 267, 341, 502
Lozovski, 25
Lodz, 376
Lublin Committee (Cheim Committee,
Lublin Government, Warsaw
Government); formation of, 276;
339, 426, 432, 447, 461, 466, 469,
471, 491; opinion of House of
Commons on, 380, 387, 3913 495,
498; a Provisional Government,
541